i tried to watch it at youtube, but found only english version so not sure whether i like it or not. it's still hard for me to understand english speech. but now i know what it is, yes.1601
who is sogren vell or where it is?..1613
cannot gather this idiom from different words. what should they bring? does it means "to become angry"?
"The Sogren Vell" is a place name I made up for an AD&D campaign I was running. Sometimes when I'm making up place names I'll make up a description of the place and slurr the words to imply that it's been distorted by hundreds of years of language evolution. "Consonental Drift" as it were.
For example: The very real place my parents grew up is Bristol England. Bristol comes from "Bridge Town" (Brigstow) slurred eventually into Bristol.
One that I've made up is "Shallmar" (where Shawn -one of the characters from the Bardic Challenge story- comes from.) The city is a busy port town, so I called it "Shallow Mark" and slurred it into Shallmarr.
The Sogren Vell (where the Calipha of Umbril, Vanessa, comes from) is a land that lies along the southern shore of North Falania, known for it's beautiful rolling countryside. I called it The Southern Green Vale and it slurred to "The Sogren Vell" or just "The Sogren" for short.
Lion is referring to a sort-of idiom. "Bring it!" It's used to accept a challenge. It sort of means "You don't scare me" and "I can take anything you can dish out". Thus:
"Don't mess with me or I'll destroy you!"
So what Lion is asking is "Has the challenge been issued? Have we officially been challenged and can now fight back?"